Here’s a nice single-trunk specimen with great movement, character and taper. There are two natural uros from this front view. I’m looking forward to styling this tree.
And another single-trunk specimen. This one is just a bit taller to the chop (14″ vs 13″ for the one above). Once again, very nice character, movement and taper.
There’s a lot to be said for this specimen. The trunk base is a lot broader than those above, and the twisting movement really makes a statement. Another one I can’t wait to work on.
This is the special tree we found yesterday. Why is it special? Well, it’s reminiscent to me of a tree I collected some years ago but unfortunately lost in the ice storm of 2014. The gallery photo is below. Definitely some similarities in structure.